Diagnostic and therapeutic non-surgical spine intervention procedures are available to treat spinal pain resulting from a pinched nerve, poor posture, strain injuries, improper lifting, spinal stenosis, and accidents or injuries.
For those patients who’ve tried traditional therapies and treatments to alleviate chronic neck and back pain without success, interventional spine treatment is another option.
Using the newest techniques in interventional spine procedures, each plan is tailored for the patient’s individual needs with comprehensive evaluation so we can provide the most effective treatment and improve quality of life for all patients.
Non-surgical Treatment Options
- Electrical Stimulation
- Specialized Injections
- Exercise and Strengthening
Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures
Minimally invasive spine surgery has revolutionized the treatment for back and neck pain. Utilizing the latest available diagnostic techniques, pain management therapies, and surgical spine treatments, our surgeons can help put you “back” on the road to recovery faster than ever before.
Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery
In traditional open back surgery, long incisions were required and expanders were used on the muscles surrounding the spine, which would cause muscle pain and tearing. Recovery from traditional surgery could take up to a year.
Now, with the minimally invasive procedure, surgeons are able to eliminate muscle tearing by using laser-guided technology through a 3mm incision, allowing for less recovery time and less scaring. The procedure is normally performed on an outpatient basis allowing patients go home the same day, with only a bandage covering their incision.
Our physicians use an innovative pain mapping system to pinpoint and isolate the source of pain, allowing for a more successful procedure. Each procedure is tailored to fit the individual patient and his/her own specific needs.
Conditions Treated Through Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
- Herniated Disc
- Bulging Disc
- Degenerative Disc
- Bone Spurs
- Pinched Nerve
- Spinal Stenosis
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